What The 100 Cast Is Doing Now

The 100 Cast

Following seven seasons and (fittingly) 100 episodes, The CW's The 100 decided that it was ultimately time to call it quits last year (when the world was feeling dystopian on its own terms). Loosely based on Kass Morgan's book series of the same name, the post-apocalyptic sci-fi drama series became a critical and commercial smash — which was thanks, in no small part, to its main cast, which was filled with fresh faces and acting veterans alike. Starring Eliza Taylor, Bob Morley, Devon Bostick, Eli Goree, Henry Ian Cusick, and Isaiah Washington, to name only a few famous actors involved in the show's extended run, let's see what The 100 cast is doing now that the series is done.

Eliza Taylor - The 100

Eliza Taylor (Clarke Griffin)

As Clarke Griffin, the co-leader of The 100 alongside Bellamy Blake, Eliza Taylor played the female lead, as well as Josephine Lightbourne VIII, in The CW's The 100. Away from this show, Taylor is best known for her performance as Janae Timmins in the long-running Australian soap opera series, Neighbours. She also appeared in Pirate Islands and The Sleepover Club. Additionally, in film, Taylor starred in Thumper and Netflix's Christmas Inheritance. Furthermore, Taylor can be seen in The November Man, Patrick, and 6 Plots. Next, Taylor stars in It Only Takes a Night, which she executive produced.

Paige Turco - The 100

Paige Turco (Abigail “Abby” Griffin)

In the role of Abigail "Abby" Griffin, the chief medical officer of the Ark, Paige Turco was considered the main proponent regarding the Earth's habitable status in The CW's The 100. Outside of this series, Turco is best known for playing April O'Neil in Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles II: The Secret of the Ooze and Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles III. Her other film credits include Invincible, The Game Plan, The Stepfather (2009), Urbania, and The Pompatus of Love. Additionally, the actress starred in The Feminine Touch.

Outside of film, Paige Turco played recurring roles in ABC's NYPD Blue, Fox's Party of Five, and CBS's Person of Interest. Also, the TV actress had regular roles in Rescue Me and NCIS: New Orleans. Most recently, Turco was seen in Hulu's Books of Blood.

Marie Avgeropoulos - The 100

Marie Avgeropoulos (Octavia Blake)

Playing the part of Octavia Blake, Bellamy's younger sister, Marie Avgeropoulos is one of the leads in The CW's The 100. Previously, Avgeropoulous played a recurring role in The CW's Cult. She also appeared in several episodes of The Inbetweeners. Her other TV credits include Fringe, Supernatural (where she also did stunts), 90210, Human Target, and Eureka. Additionally, in film, Avgeropoulos can be seen in 50/50, Tracers, I Love You Beth Cooper, Hunt to Kill, and A Remarkable Life. She also appeared in Dead Rising: Endgame, Walking the Halls, Numb, Isolation, and Lifetime's Sorority Wars. As a voice actress, furthermore, Avgeropoulos can be heard in Wonder Woman: Bloodlines.

Most recently, Marie Avgeropoulos was seen in Jiu Jitsu starring Nicolas Cage. Next, she'll star in Butterfly in the Typewriter.

Bob Morley - The 100

Bob Morley (Bellamy Blake)

As Bellamy Blake, the co-leader of the 100, Bob Morley played a main character throughout The 100's seven season run. He also directed an episode. During his time on this CW show, Morley had a recurring role as Aidan Foster in the long-running Australian soap opera, Neighbours. Prior to both programs, he played one of the leads in Nine Network's The Strip. Most famously, Morley had a main cast member role as Drew Curtis in another long-running Australian soap opera series, Home and Away.

Away from television, Bob Morley can be seen in Blinder, Road Kill, and Lost in the White City. Most recently, the TV actor guest-starred on ABC's The Rookie earlier this year.

Eli Goree - The 100

Eli Goree (Wells Jaha)

In the role of Wells Jaha, an orderly and resourceful character, Eli Goree played a major character in The 100 Season 1. The actor also guest-starred in Season 2. Following his time in this CW series, Goree had a recurring role in HBO's Ballers. That same year, he joined the cast of The CW's Riverdale in the recurring role of Munroe "Mad Dog" Moore. His other TV credits include Dead of Summer, Da Kink in My Hair, Pearson, and GLOW.

Away from TV, Eli Goree played Dave Albritton in Race. He also appeared in Godzilla (2014). Most recently, Goree impressed with his portrayal of Cassius Clay in One Night in Miami. Outside of acting, Goree made his producing debut with 2019's Induced Effect. Next, he'll be seen in Suicide Roadtrip, which he'll also produce, and Lost in the Moment. Also, Goree signed on to appear in Amazon's The Peripheral.

Thomas McDonell - The 100

Thomas McDonell (Finn Collins)

Playing the part of Finn Collins, a tracker for the 100, Thomas McDonell was a main cast member in the first two seasons of this popular CW series. Additionally, McDonell played recurring roles in ABC's Suburgatory and National Geographic's limited series, The Long Road Home. His other TV credits include Law & Order, Good Girls, and LA to Vegas. Outside of TV, McDonell can be seen in Fun Size, Prom, Twelve, Dark Shadows, The Forbidden Kingdom, Where the Devil Hides, The Devil's Hand, and I'm Obsessed with You. He also appeared in Carly Rae Jepsen's "This Kiss" music video. Outside of acting, McDonell composed the 2018 short film, Good Luck in the Land of Mañana.

Most recently, Thomas McDonell guest-starred in NBC's Zoey's Extraordinary Playlist. Next, he directed two short films, Carfucker and The Flying Carsons: Part 1 - Hunter.

Kelly Hu - The 100

Kelly Hu (Callie “Cece” Cartwig)

As Callie Cartwig, i.e. "Cece," an officer on The Ark and Dr. Abby Griffin's best friend, Kelly Hu only appeared in the pilot of The CW's The 100. Outside of this series, Hu is best known for playing Cassandra in The Scorpion King and Yuriko Oyama/Lady Deathstrike in X2. Her other film credits include Cradle 2 the Grave, Friday the 13th Part VIII: Jason Takes Manhattan, Strange Days, The Tournament, The Air I Breathe, Shanghai Kiss, and Surf Ninjas. Additionally, on television, Hu starred in NBC's Sunset Beach, ABC's In Case of Emergency, and CBS's Nash Bridges and Martial Law. Her other television credits include The Vampire Diaries, Arrow, The Orville, and L.A. Finest.

Furthermore, as a voice actress, Kelly Hu voiced The General in The Legend of Korra. She's also heard in Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Rapunzel's Tangled Adventure, and Phineas and Ferb. Most recently, Hu was seen in Finding 'Ohana and heard in Batman: Soul of the Dragon. Next, she'll appear in Painted Beauty and Breast Cancer Bucket List.

Christopher Larkin - The 100

Christopher Larkin (Monty Green)

In the role of Monty Green, Jasper Jordan's best friend and a member of the original 100, Christopher Larkin was a smart, loyal character in The 100. Away from this CW series, Larkin played Jonathan "Raven" Winter in Netflix's Tales of the City. His other TV credits include Squad 85, Awkward., 90210, and One Life to Live. Additionally, in film, Larkin appeared in Strangers with Candy, The Big Bad Swim, and The Flamingo Rising. He also starred in, produced, and wrote 2017's short film, Lara Croft Is My Girlfriend.

Christopher Larkin's next project is currently unannounced.

Devon Bostick - The 100

Devon Bostick (Jasper Jordan)

Playing the part of Jasper Jordan, a Gunner for the Delinquents against the Woods Clan, Devon Bostick appeared in the first four seasons of this hit show. Away from The CW series, Bostick is best known for playing Rodrick Heffley in the first three Diary of a Wimpy Kid movies. Additionally, the actor led Atom Egoyan's Adoration. His other notable film credits include Saw IV and VI, Okja, Being Charlie, Regression, Survival of the Dead, Land of the Dead, and Godsend. Bostick can be seen in The Entitled, The Art of the Steal, A Dark Truth, Small Time, and Dead Before Dawn 3D.

Outside of film, Devon Bostick's other TV credits include a main role in TNT's limited series, I Am the Night. Also, he appeared in The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel, Being Erica, and Degrassi: The Next Generation. Most recently, Bostick was seen in MTV's Pink Skies Ahead. Last year, the actor appeared in Words on Bathroom Walls, Quibi's Most Dangerous Game, and FX's A Teacher. Additionally, Bostick starred in Tuscaloosa.

Henry Ian Cusick - The 100

Henry Ian Cusick (Marcus Kane)

As Marcus Kane, a Council member on the Ark and Chancellor of Camp Jaha, Henry Ian Cusick played a main character in the first six seasons of The CW's The 100. He also directed two episodes. Away from this popular series, Cusick is best known for his Emmy-nominated performance as Desmond Hume in ABC's Lost. Additionally, Cusick played Stephen Finch in ABC's Scandal, Dr. Jonas Lear in Fox's The Passage, and, most recently, Russell "Russ/Rusty" Taylor in CBS's MacGyver. Also, the television actor provided a recurring role in ABC's notoriously short-lived Marvel series, Inhumans.

Away from television, Henry Ian Cusick played Jesus Christ in The Gospel of John. He also appeared in Not Another Happy Ending, The Girl on the Train (2014), Rememory, Hitman, Half Light, Pali Road, and Dead Like Me: Life After Death. Additionally, Cusick starred in 10.0 Earthquake. He also wrote, directed, produced, and starred in the 2013 short film, dress. Next, the actor will appear in The Wind & the Reckoning. Furthermore, Cusick is expected to star in and make his feature producing debut in Horse.

Lindsey Morgan - The 100

Lindsey Morgan (Raven Reyes)

In the role of Raven Reyes, an ambitious zero-gravity mechanic, Lindsey Morgan appeared in all seven seasons of The CW's The 100. She also directed an episode. Away from this hit show, Morgan gave an Emmy-nominated performance as Kristina Davis in ABC's General Hospital. Her other television credits include How I Met Your Mother, Franklin & Bash, Happy Endings, The Night Shift, and Destroy the Alpha Gammas. In film, additionally, Morgan played Cpt. Rose in Beyond Skylines and Skylines. The actress also appeared in Detention, Inside Game (2019), Summertime, Lasso, and Chastity Bites. Currently, Morgan stars in The CW's new series, Walker.

Isaiah Washington - The 100

Isaiah Washington (Thelonious Jaha)

Playing Thelonious Jaha, the former Chancellor of the Ark, Isaiah Washington was a main cast member on The CW's The 100 for five seasons. Previously, Washington was best known for playing Dr. Preston Burke in ABC's Grey's Anatomy. His other TV credits include Ally McBeal, Soul Food, Bionic Woman, and New York Undercover. Last year, he appeared in Starz's P-Valley. Additionally, in film, Washington is seen in several Spike Lee movies, including Clockers, Crooklyn, Girl 6, and Get on the Bus. His other movie credits include Bulworth, Ghost Ship, Romeo Must Die, Out of Sight, Love Jones, Hollywood Homicide, Exit Wounds, and True Crime. He also appeared in Blue Caprice, Wild Things 2, Dancing in September, and, most recently, last year's Cut Throat City.

Currently, Isaiah Washington hosts Fox Nation's Isaiah Washington: Kitchen Talk. Next, the actor will appear in James the Second, Escape from Black Water, and God's Not Dead: We the People. Currently, Washington is filming his upcoming western Corsicana, a starring vehicle that will also serve as the actor's screenwriting and directorial debut.

Richard Harmon - The 100

Richard Harmon (John Murphy)

As John Murphy, a career criminal thrown into the 100, Richard Harmon played a troublemaker in The CW series. Outside of this show, Harmon is known for his performance as Jasper Ames in AMC's The Killing. He also played recurring roles in Showcase's Continuum and Syfy's Van Helsing. His other television credits include Bates Motel, The Haunting Hour: The Series, The Secret Circle, and Tower Prep. Additionally, in film, Harmon received praise for his lead performance in If I Had Wings. He can also be seen in Percy Jackson and the Olympians: The Lightning Thief, Triple Dog, Trick 'r Treat, The Age of Adaline, Grave Encounters 2, Crypto, and I Still See You.

Most recently, Richard Harmon starred in Lifetime's V.C. Andrews' Pearl in the Mist and guest-starred in The CW's Kung Fu. Next, he'll appear in A Cinderella Story: Starstruck.

You can stream The 100 on Netflix.

Will Ashton

Will is an entertainment writer based in Pittsburgh, PA. His writing can also be found in The Playlist, Cut Print Film, We Got This Covered, The Young Folks, Slate and other outlets. He also co-hosts the weekly film/TV podcast Cinemaholics with Jon Negroni and he likes to think he's a professional Garfield enthusiast.